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AlunAlun Dance Circle: 22 Years of Pangalay Praxis

Rosalie S. Matilac Managing Director, AlunAlun Dance Circle Auspicious Beginnings In 1995, pangalay dance guru Ligaya Fernando-Amilbangsa stopped teaching. The lack of diligence among students

AlunAlun Dance Circle: 22 Years of Pangalay Praxis2021-10-06T02:44:04+00:00

Thai Sea Gypsy Communities Sixteen Years On from the 2004 Tsunami

Arunswasdi Bhuridadtpong Ph. D. Student, Asian Institute of Technology Countries all over the world are faced with increasing hazards and challenges due to climate change.

Thai Sea Gypsy Communities Sixteen Years On from the 2004 Tsunami2021-10-12T12:23:10+00:00

How Does Intangible Cultural Heritage Contribute to Disaster Mitigation?

Hiroki Takakura Professor, Tohoku University Disaster and ICH Ningyosama ritual, performed by locals to avoid misfortune (Miyagi, Niiyamahama, Feb 2012) © Hiroki Takakura

How Does Intangible Cultural Heritage Contribute to Disaster Mitigation?2021-10-06T02:41:37+00:00

“Natural” Disasters and Intangible Cultural Heritage

Christopher Ballard Associate Professor, Australian National University Figure 2. Chief Murmur reconsecrating the Chief Roi Mata’s Domain World Heritage site during the cleanup after

“Natural” Disasters and Intangible Cultural Heritage2021-10-06T02:40:51+00:00

Safeguarding ICH in the Face of Natural Disaster: The Healing Power of Culture

Gaura Mancacaritadipura Member of Expert Board, Indonesian Heritage Cities Network The 2003 Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity aims at

Safeguarding ICH in the Face of Natural Disaster: The Healing Power of Culture2021-10-06T02:39:24+00:00
  • Map of Fiji showing the islands of Ovalau and Kadavu, that Professor Patrick Nunn mentioned in his storytelling session with Talanoa With Dr T © Kumar, Roselyn & Nunn, Patrick & Nakoro, Elia. (2021). Identifying 3000-Year Old Human Interaction Spheres in Central Fiji through Lapita Ceramic Sand-Temper Analyses. Geosciences. 11. 238. 10.3390/geosciences11060238

The Role of Museums in Sharing Traditional Knowledge During COVID-19:Case Study of Fiji

Tarisi Vunidilo Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii-Hilo Museums are, without a doubt, important institutions in any society. They are repositories for knowledge and objects of

The Role of Museums in Sharing Traditional Knowledge During COVID-19:Case Study of Fiji2021-10-12T11:58:54+00:00
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